Seven pictures of Britain during the Second World War culled from diaries of the time. 6: 1944: We'll Meet Again "There was a kind of togetherness that I had never seen before. A sharing of spirit. It was no longer them and us. We were family and danger was afoot." Producer Dave Batchelor Repeat
A six-part comedy by Harwant Bains. 5: Rita is worried that Mrs Alluwahlia is after her father's money. Dave discovers that he cannot cover his debts. with Syreeta Kumar , Paul Bazely ,
Don McCorkindale , Paul Bhattacharjee and Paul Ritter Director Claire Grove
Nick Clarke hosts round two of the cryptic quiz. Michael Schmidt and Diana Collecott from the north of England play Polly Devlin and Brian Feeneyfrom Northern Ireland.
Producer Paul Bajoria. Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Jenny McDade. "Thank you for being my daughter for 14 years - sorry".
Director Celia de Wolff
Cancer in Men. Testicular cancer, the most common cancer in young men, is increasing, but it is one of the most curable cancers if caught early enough. And should prostate cancer be screened in the same way breast cancer is screened for women? Phone
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Will Jack bolt his shoot?
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Nick Clarke chairs six debates on issues of perennial interest, in front of an invited audience. Listeners can also vote on the motion. 3: "Team games provide the highest form of sporting excellence." From the Rugby Club of St James, London.
To vote YES dial [number removed]. To vote NO dial [number removed]. LINES OPEN from 8.45pm Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.15pm
By David Pownall. Tommy Handley was the man who made the nation laugh in his surreal wartime radio extravaganza ITMA (It's That Man Again). with Stella Gonet , John Forgeham , Carolyn Backhouse , Tom Bevan , David Jarvis and Keith Drinkel. Director Martin Jenkins
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